Algonquin & Beyond

Lake Louisa – Campsite #3

Every time I’ve paddled by this site I’ve always thought to myself that it looks like a really nice site, but I’ve never gotten the chance to go on shore to check it out. It was pretty much what I expected, plus more. I didn’t realize the extent of the long rocky shoreline on the west side of the site, or the number of tent spots available, or the several benches and stumps available to accommodate a large group. Most of the tent spots are in the main exposed area of the site, but there are a few sheltered options tucked away among the trees as well. Plus, the landing is super accessible, and there’s a short trail leading to a private little beach cove just beside Site #4 (which would only be appropriate to use if Site #4 was vacant). The site wasn’t in the best condition when I was there, but it’s still a great site that I wouldn’t hesitate to snag if I didn’t want to paddle farther down the lake.

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Map of Lake Louisa campsites
Map of campsites
View of campsite #3 on Lake Louisa from the water
View from the water
Looking into campsite #3 on Lake Louisa in Algonquin Park
Interior of site
Fire pit and seating area on Lake Louisa campsite #3
Fire pit and seating
Kitchen shelving on Lake Louisa campsite
Kitchen shelves
Grassy tent spot on Lake Louisa campsite #3
Tent spot
Grassy tent area on Lake Louisa campsite
Tent spot
Sheltered tent spot on Lake Louisa campsite #3
Tent spot
Sheltered tent spot on Lake Louisa campsite
Tent spot
Sheltered tent area among the trees on Lake Louisa campsite
Tent spot
Long rocky shoreline on west side of Lake Louisa campsite #3
Rocky shoreline
Easily accessible canoe landing on Lake Louisa campsite
Canoe landing

* Images and information taken August 2020

* Algonquin Map courtesy of Jeff’s Maps

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